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|Handbook on the Optional Protocol on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography||
By UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, 2009
|Regional Overview on Child Sexual Abuse Images through the use of Information and Communication Technologies in Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine||
By ECPAT, 2008
|Every Image, Every Child: Internet-Facilitated Child Sexual Abuse in Canada||
By the Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime, 2007
|ICT Child Protection Expo||
When developing their Circle of Rights action plan, children in Klong Toey, Thailand decided to focus their efforts on educating their friends and family about what they had learned about ICT child protection through their involvement in CPP.
|ICT Leadership Training||
In Baan Nato, Chiang Rai, Thailand, children identified their most important challenge as their lack of knowledge about ICT use (particularly computers and internet). After carefully considering the root causes of this challenge, the children identified specific actions or strategies they could take to address the challenge by drawing a strategy tree on the issue.
|Microsoft Creating Safer Spaces for Children||
"Our vision is to support more effective child-exploitation policing by enabling collaboration and information sharing across police services. The tracking system will serve as a repository of information and will also be used as an investigative tool."
|Because I am a Girl - Digital and Urban Frontiers: Girls in a Changing Landscape||
CPP Brazil and partners contribute original research to international report on girls and ICT.
|The Urban and Digital Divide – Same City: Different World||
I spent international "Because I am a Girl" (BIAAG) Day at the launch of the BIAAG Report by CPP in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
At the top table were the partners in this research – the host organization Obra do Berca (an NGO based in a Favela), Plan Brazil, CPP and 4 young girls aged 11-13 (two from Favela and two from a private school).
|Girls in Cyberspace: Dangers and Opportunities||
By Keshet Bachan, Sarah Stevenson, and Nikki van der Gaag, 2010